Quality YOU time!

Hey guys and girls! How are we all?

I know it’s been a while since my last proper blog, but it’s been a bit of a busy time at work with summer (not that we’ve had much of that!), so forgive me please.

To quote Newton’s Third Law – For every action, there is an equal and opposite reaction. Life comes with its high’s and low’s, I’m yet to meet a person who is always on a buzz with no down time, it’s how we deal with the low’s and what you do to keep yourself on the right track in life (I mean this in the literal sense to your own personal agenda, no one really knows what track we’re supposed to be heading down, do they?)

Stress, fatigue, repetitiveness, grief, isolation … just a few things that can bum a vibe! I personally find stress gets to me the most. I find the universe bottles up as many things as it can find to niggle at my stress levels and throws them at me all at once, it’s never just one problem at a time is it? These will be things like work, money, cars, trying to balance everything into my life … don’t worry I’m not going to indulge in all of my life problems, maybe a different day 🙂

I’m rather fortunate, I work in an office with a few bodies and most of my down time is spent in the gym or with my friends, so I actually spend a rather small amount of time alone. Due to having a small amount of alone time this gives me reason to utilise that time and make it all about me. Obviously everybody is different, but for me personally this time is key to reflect and relate on the happenings of the world and my world. I will usually kick back and put a chilled playlist of music on which really lets me relax, music is massive part of my life so with the right genre it helps me through pretty much any emotion. Sometimes I’ll delve into some meditation and ‘cleanse’ my inner self. Meditation is a topic I’ll write a couple of blogs over the next few months, I honestly can’t tell you how much better it makes me feel, emotionally and physically.

Change the Direction Quote

You always hear of people saying to spend quality time with loved ones, family and friends. What about YOU!? Please never forget yourself.

To repeat what I said earlier, everybody is different. The way you utilise your time will be personal to you. Unfortunately finding what is right for you to relax and unwind is something I cannot help you with, but I’m a really strong believer that if you spend some Quality time on and with yourself you will most definitely feel better about everything.

I would love to hear some feedback on how you achieve this, or if you didn’t before how you are going to try!?

-The Bloggerman

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High five! Have some advice!

So if by some miracle you are here, reading my first blog entry, welcome!
I made this blog around a year ago with the intentions of updating every month or so … As you can see this is my first blog and that hasn’t gone to plan!

Okay so I’m going to be giving some advice which I hope will be handy to everyone, but if only one person takes something from this that’s still a success. (And i guess kind of relevant to me starting this blog a year later)

“It’s never too late!”

Now whether this statement will relate to you in regards to business, relationship, health, trying something new and scary or in any other form I’ve found that it pretty much covers the board however you look at it. I’m neither a wise old man, nor an ego crazy teen, just a middle aged guy who’s seen a little bit here and there.

I’ve found the biggest problem with change in regards to any of the topics this statement could help you with is that people will hang on to a mistake, or will be too scared of trying something new because of the time they’ve invested in the previous.

I’m surrounded by people who; are in relationships solely for the fact that they have been with them for a elongated period of time, are at jobs they no longer enjoy or aspire to achieving promotion, won’t incorporate a healthy lifestyle because they’re unorganised or are  “in routine” etc and the list goes on.

My point is that people worry about what’s around the corner and the thing is, Nobody knows! If you’ve spent 3 years investing time into X and you’ve come to the conclusion it isn’t the right thing for you, surely it is worth starting again with Y and not investing more into X? Time is of the essence and we only have a small amount of it in hindsight, so why not branch out and try something new or a little different? Jump out of a plane, apply for that new job, ask that guy/girl out you’ve been giving eye contact to every day, learn a new language;

It’s never too late!

 

 

Now, if somehow, you’ve held on until the end and read through, firstly; Thank you!
Secondly, as mentioned previously, I’m just a guy with an opinion and my blogs will be a mixture of opinions and personal escapades, which I hope you will all enjoy,

Until next time,

The Bloggerman

P.S Any advice is very welcome, please PM me!